The Communion Meal is an informal evening service once a month. We gather around the table and share food together as part of the communion service.
What can you expect? A friendly, family atmosphere with people of all ages. Good food and time to talk together. There will also be many of the elements of a typical Church of England Communion Service, such as prayers and readings from the Bible.
At the heart of the service is worship of God through sharing bread and wine in community as Jesus taught his followers to do for the past two thousand years. All are welcome to gather around God's table.
Everyone is welcome. This is a family event and we welcome all ages from 0-110! Food is provided, but you may like bring a bottle to share.
A weekly Sunday service for all ages at Holy Nativity Church. This service is usually a communion service with bread and wine suitable for anyone from 0-100 years old. We also live stream the service to YouTube for people who are unable to come in person.
At a typical Rock Mass service you can expect to be singing songs you are more likely to hear on the Kerrang channel or Planet Rock Radio. As we come together around God’s table to meet Him in bread and wine there are smoke and lights, processions, incense – everything you need to give the authenticity of stadium rock.
At the heart of the church’s worship for nearly 2000 years is the sharing of bread and wine as part of a community as Jesus taught. All are welcome to gather around God’s table.
The band Metanoia have been leading services together since 2005 with their alternative hymnal and all of the amps cranked to 11! The Rock Mass has been held in intimate venues Like Holy Nativity as well as massive places such as Dewsbury Minster or at Greenbelt Festival.